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Acute Toxicity Studies

 

We here at Toxicity are trusted name for acute toxicity testing. The acute toxicity testing is normally done by giving a single dose to animals. Our acute toxicity study is widely acknowledged and because of its huge demand we have acute toxicity testing in South Africa also.

Acute Toxicity Studies are also carried by us to determine the toxic manifestation of various substances. This research is conducted on an animal, which is exposed to a lot of doses of test substances in the span of 24 hours for studying the toxicity. One is acquainted with the health hazard that can be caused by the substance in question.

Following routes of exposure for acute toxicity:

  • Oral
  • Dermal
  • Inhalation
  • Intravenous
  • Intraperitoneal
  • Other protocol specified route

Benefit of using acute toxicity testing are:

  • It saves time
  • Easy interpretation of results.
  • Provide evidence of hazardous factors on man of the tested compound.

It is because of the time saving and results accuracy that acute toxicity study is gaining popularity and we at Toxicity is among the most trusted laboratories for acute toxicity testing in India and South Africa.

To know in detail about the procedure, method, price or any other query on acute toxicity testing send us an enquiry below and our team will revert you at the earliest.

OECD GUIDELINE FOR TESTING OF CHEMICALS

Acute Oral Toxicity – Acute Toxic Class Method on Rat and Mice

OECD Guidelines for the Testing of Chemicals are periodically reviewed in the light of scientific progress or changing assessment practices. The original Guideline 423 was adopted in March 1996 as the second alternative to the conventional acute toxicity test, described in Test Guideline 401. Based on the recommendations of several expert meetings, revision was considered timely because: i) international agreement has been reached on harmonised LD50 cut-off values for the classification of chemical substances, which differ from the cut-offs recommended in the 1996 version of the Guideline, and ii) testing in one sex (usually females) is now considered sufficient. Send Enquiry